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Bernie Mitchell from DrywallTalk.com shows how he creates wonderful works of art using only drywall compounds.

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This is a short video on Henri Cartier-Bresson's book, 'Images à la sauvette', whose English edition was titled 'The Decisive Moment'. It included a portfolio of 126 of his photos from the East and the West. For his 4,500-word philosophical preface, Cartier-Bresson took his keynote text from the 17th century Cardinal de Retz: "There is nothing in this world that does not have a decisive moment". Cartier-Bresson applied this to his photographic style. He said, "To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms which give that event its proper expression."

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In an image-saturated world, British collage artist John Stezaker rather creates more with less. Cutting up yesterday photographs, subtracting pieces, and juxtaposing faces, he transforms forgotten photographs and postcards into symbolic portraiture of modernism. Stezaker’s artistic interests in examining hidden relations between images have bestowed international success and recognition upon him and his collage art. Gestalten.tv had a precious opportunity to speak with the artist at his exhibition in Berlin’s Capitain Petzel Gallery.

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Digital artist Geoffrey Lillemon believes that new interfaces can be created to experience art in a more interactive and profound way. Lillemon merges the romantic side of classical art ideas with advances in technology to bring about a new medium in approaching art. At Dutch Design Week 2012, Lillemon speaks about some of his latest projects, such as “Mormor Ingrid”. The project is essentially a contemporary sculpture that is made out of photography. Lillemon takes inspiration from doing things in a completely new way to ensure a new direction in each of his designs.

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'Gravity' Behind-the-Scenes Featurette Takes Audiences From Script to Screen